Medical Staff FAQs
Temecula Valley Hospital is the first hospital in the city of Temecula and represents a wonderful opportunity to provide high quality healthcare to the residents of Temecula and nearby communities. It is an exciting opportunity for physicians to join and establish a medical staff committed to excellent quality care and outcomes. To request an application to join the medical staff, please contact Victoria Rivera at Victoria.Rivera@uhsinc.com.
Below are some common questions we receive from physicians.
What is the size of the hospital?
The hospital has 140 private rooms, including 20 ICU rooms. There are four operating rooms, one cardiovascular operating room and one interventional cath lab. The ED has 21 treatment beds.
What services are offered at TVH?
The hospital provides general medical and surgical services, cardiovascular services including open heart surgery, stroke care, palliative care and 24-hour emergency care.
Does the hospital utilize an electronic medical record?
Temecula Valley Hospital has Cerner electronic health record. The medical staff rules and regulations require physicians to utilize CPOE.
If I am on staff at Southwest Healthcare System or Corona Regional Medical Center, will I need to re-apply for privileges at TVH?
Even if you are on staff at another UHS hospital, you will need to apply for privileges. Temecula Valley Hospital is under a separate license and will have a separate Medical Staff and Governing Board.
Who are the Medical Staff Officers?
Pranav Kachhi, MD, serves as the Chief of Staff, Andrew Ho, MD, serves as the Chief of Staff Elect, John Locke, MD, serves as the Chief of Surgery, Adrian Campo, MD, serves as the Chief of Medicine, and Manila Zaman, MD, serves as the Cardiology Division Chief.
Who do I contact regarding my interest in TVH?
Please contact Marcia Jackson, Director of Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 951-331-2214.
What Continuing Medical Education opportunities are offered at TVH?
Temecula Valley Hospital recognizes the importance of Continuing Medical Education (CME) to help physicians share medical knowledge and best practices. TVH offers a quarterly CME series in the hospital's second floor Operations Center.